Cincinnati researchers aim to help hearing-impaired pets

08/31/2011 | SoapboxMedia.com (Cincinnati)

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati's Facility for the Education and Testing of Canine Hearing and Lab Animal Bioacoustics have spent years studying hearing and communication in animals, with the goal of helping hearing-impaired dogs and cats regain what they've lost and improve communication with the people in their lives. Scientists are researching the causes and treatments for deafness in dogs, especially police and rescue service animals.

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